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									Pronunciation

    Sounds /r/ and /l/
Sound /r/ as in red
   Keep your tongue in the very middle of your mouth (it
    might help to keep the tip of your tongue up a little)
   Do not let the tip of your tongue touch any part of your
    mouth
   Let the sides of your tongue touch your side teeth
   Examples:
       Red
       Right
       Read
Sound /l/ as in light
 Touch the ridge behind your teeth with the
  tip of your tongue
 To make the /l/ sound, you must let the air
  move around the sides of your tongue
 Examples:
     Little
     Light
     Listen
Sound /l/ as will
 When /l/ comes at the end of a word, the
  tongue is raised in the back of the mouth
  to touch the roof of the mouth
 Examples:
     Will
     Skill
     Hill

								
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